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Indian Navy is ready for nation's security, says Vice Admiral Girish Luthra

A program was at Mumbai's Indian Merchants' Chamber to celebrate the 70th year of India's independence. In the event, Vice Admiral Girish Luthra said that Indian Navy is ready for nation's security.

Navy to induct world's stealthiest submarine INS Kalvari amid tensions with China

Navy to induct world's stealthiest submarine INS Kalvari amid tensions with China

The INS Kalvari, a Scorpene class attack submarine and named after a deep-sea tiger shark, is expected to significantly boost the Navy's underwater prowess.

 

Indian Navy band to perform at Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

Indian Navy band to perform at Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo boasts of performances from over 50 bands, and nearly 8,500 visitors attending the daily performances.

'Shachi and Shruti' - first naval petrol warships launched by private sector shipyard in India

'Shachi and Shruti' - first naval petrol warships launched by private sector shipyard in India

Reliance Defence and Engineering Limited (RDEL) – a subsidiary of Reliance Infrastructure - on Tuesday launched first two offshore naval petrol vessels (NOPVs) at their shipyard in Pipavav, Gujarat.

Leakage of oxygen reason behind Sindurakshak explosion: CAG

Indian Navy's frontline submarine INS Sindurakshak had exploded in 2013 in Mumbai due to leakage of oxygen from a torpedo, the Comptroller and Auditor General said in a report on Friday, revealing the reasons causing the major accident.

Indian Navy warship undocked after 'minor' incident

The Indian Navy's guided missile frigate INS Betwa, which had tipped over while being undocked at the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai in December last year, has been undocked smoothly, officials said on Thursday.

US Defence Secretary James Mattis calls on Prime Minister Narendra Modi

US Defence Secretary James Mattis calls on Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Mattis met PM Modi at the Hotel Willard Intercontinental, where the Indian prime minister is staying.
 

Indian Navy's first indigenous-built floating dock launched

Indian Navy's first indigenous-built floating dock launched

Vice Admiral Deshpande said the indigenous-built dock was testimony to the capabilities available in India for realising the `Make in India` vision. 
 

Indian Navy ship in Papua New Guinea

The ship is on an overseas deployment to the South East Asia and Southern Indian Ocean. 

Navy begins search ops for crew of Mexican Navy ship

It has been reported that the woman cadet was not donning any life saving gear when she fell overboard at 2 PM yesterday.

Govt to kick start process for Rs 60K crore submarine programme

Govt to kick start process for Rs 60K crore submarine programme

The government is all set to roll out the process for the Rs 60,000-crore submarine programme.

Indian Navy continues relief work, rescues 33 Bangladeshi fishermen

Indian Navy continues relief work, rescues 33 Bangladeshi fishermen

The 33 fishermen were washed into the sea by the cyclone, and had been adrift when they were spotted floating in water by Indian Naval Ship Sumitra.

Navy to court martial officer for molesting girl

The Indian Navy on Thursday initiated the process of court martialling an officer for allegedly molesting a girl.

How our brave Indian Navy personnel are rescuing people in Cyclone Mora-hit Bangladesh - PICS and VIDEOS

How our brave Indian Navy personnel are rescuing people in Cyclone Mora-hit Bangladesh - PICS and VIDEOS

Our Indian Navy personnel are known for helping our neighbours in distress.

Submarine Kalvari to be inducted in July-August: Navy Chief

The first of the indigenous Scorpene submarines, Kalvari, is likely to be inducted in the Indian Navy by July-August, Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba said on Wednesday.

Indian Navy teams join Lanka flood rescue ops: toll reaches 193

In total, 545,243 people of 142,811 families had been affected by the weather calamity. ​

Yudh : Get glimpse of Indian Navy's futuristic amphibious warship

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INS Shardul reaches Colombo with relief materials, two more ships enroute to island nation

India dispatched three navy ships to help in the massive rescue and relief operations launched by the island nation`s tri forces.

INS Shardul reaches Colombo with relief materials

INS Shardul reaches Colombo with relief materials

Floods and landslides, fueled by torrential rains, have so far left 91 people dead and another 110 missing.

Arun Jaitley hails successful test firing of torpedo from Scorpene Submarine

Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Submarines), Mohit Gupta said that the Indian Navy is also planning to induct two scorpene class submarines this year.